My name is Harmony. I’m a freelance writer, wife, and mom of three. When I’m not sitting in the carpool line or folding towels, I write: essays, listicles, op-eds, blog posts, shareable content, and have work published in three anthologies.
I made a name for myself writing about alcohol and motherhood. Then, in 2017, I got sober. It was shocking to everyone, most of all me, when I admitted I had a problem; most people don’t imagine a highly functioning woman who still manages to hold together a marriage and a home when they picture an alcoholic.
Addiction is a sneaky bitch. You can read about my getting-sober journey here.
Recently, my story was featured in The Washington Post. I was interviewed on KCBS Radio in San Francisco and 107.3 Talk Radio in Baton Rouge, and have a few other projects in the works. I’m excited to continue sharing my story and chipping away at the stigma that surrounds alcoholism, addiction, and the silent struggles that plague so many modern women — particularly mothers.
If you are interested in advertising, want to hire me, or just want to say hi, feel free to drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find me here (on Amazon) or here (on Facebook), and on Instagram.